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<h2>August 20th</h2>
<h2>August 20th</h2>
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1. Reproduction of DNA from gel<br>
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  We did agarose gel electrophoresis (0.7% gel).<br><br>
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1. Isolation of DNA fragment from the gel
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Sample applied to the electrophoresis
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<strong>Composition</strong>  
<strong>Composition</strong>  
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<Tr><Td></Td><Td>a product of PCR attB TNFAIP3(8/1) </Td></Tr>
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<Tr><Td></Td><Td> a product of PCR attB TNFAIP3(8/1)  </Td></Tr>
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<Tr><Td>DNA sample</Td><Td>90μL</Td></Tr>
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<Tr><Td> DNA sample </Td><Td>       90μL</Td></Tr>
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<Tr><Td>6×Dye</Td><Td>18μL</Td></Tr>
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<Tr><Td> 6×Dye </Td><Td>       18μL</Td></Tr>
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<Tr><Td>Total</Td><Td>108μL</Td></Tr>
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<Tr><Td> Total </Td><Td>       108μL</Td></Tr>
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We separated 54uL×2 from 108uL (sample) and we did electrophoresis (54uL sample and 1kb marker 5uL).We separated gel containing DNA.<br><br>
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<strong>Results</strong><br><br>
<strong>Results</strong><br><br>
<img src="http://2012.igem.org/wiki/images/b/b8/0820.png" width="500" height="300">
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We isolated DNA from these gels by QIA quick Gel Extraction Kit.<br>
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DNA was isolated from the agarose gel by QIA Quick Gel Extraction Kit, then the DNA was dissolved in 40 uL of TE.
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Finally we melt DNA to TE Buffer(40uL)<br>
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<h2>August 21st</h2>
<h2>August 21st</h2>
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1. Density measurement of attB TNFAIP3<br>
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1. Measuring the concentration of the attB TNFAIP3 DNA fragment
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We did agarose gel electrophoresis (0.7% gel). (1kb marker-3uL, 5times dilution attB TNFAIP3-1uL (make August 20 ), 10times dilution-1uL, 1kb marker-2uL, 15times dilution-1uL, 20times dilution-1uL, 1kb marker-1uL )<br><br>
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The order of sample applied to the electrophoresis
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1kbmarker3uL,1uL of 5 fold dilution of attB TNFAIP3, 1uL of 10 fold dilution of attB TNFAIP3 DNA fragment,2uL of 1kbmarker, 1uL of 15 fold dilution of attB TNFAIP3 DNA fragment, 1uL of 20 fold dilution of attB TNFAIP3 DNA fragment, 1kbmarker1uL,
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<strong>Results</strong>
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<strong>Result</strong>
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<img src="http://2012.igem.org/wiki/images/6/67/0821kit.png" width="500" height="300">
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We estimated attB TNFAIP3(we make this time) is 35ng/uL<br><br>
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The concentration of the isolated attB TNFAIP3 DNA fragments was estimated to be 35ng/uL.<br><br>
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2. BP reaction<br>
2. BP reaction<br>
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We adjusted solution (vials) on 1.5mL tube to next composition.<br>
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 1.5mL tube<br>
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<Tr><Td>attB TNFAIP3(35ng/μL)</Td><Td> 2μL </Td></Tr>
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<Tr><Td> attB TNFAIP3(35ng/μL)</Td><Td> 2μL </Td></Tr>
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<Tr><Td>pDONR(150ng/μL)</Td><Td> 1μL </Td></Tr>
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<Tr><Td> pDONR(150ng/μL) </Td><Td> 1μL </Td></Tr>
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<Tr><Td>TE buffer</Td><Td> 5μL </Td></Tr>
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<Tr><Td> TE buffer </Td><Td> 5μL </Td></Tr>
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<Tr><Td>Total</Td><Td> 8μL </Td></Tr>
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<Tr><Td> Total </Td><Td> 8μL </Td></Tr>
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We added 2uL of BP Clonase Ⅱ enzyme mix to this solution and incubate it for 2 hour.  
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We added BP Clonase Ⅱ enzyme mix-2uL to this vials.<br>
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We incubated these vials for 2hour at 25˚C. Next we did BP reaction<br><br>
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3. Transformation<br>
3. Transformation<br>
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We added BP TNFAIP3-2uL to XL1-Blue-100uL and we did Transformation.<br>
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 We added 100uL of XL1-Blue to the BP reaction products to do transformation.
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Finally we spread 10uL, 40uL and 100uL on plate of LB Kanamycin(+) and we keep 37℃ overnight.<br>
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<h2>August 22nd</h2>
<h2>August 22nd</h2>
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We separated six colonies from 40uL spread plate of BP TNFAIP3 (make August 21 ) .<br>
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We isolated 6 colonies from a plate and incubated in 2.5mL of Kanamycin(+) LB liquid culture medium for 16 hours.
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We cultivated these colonies on 2.5mL Kanamycin(+) LB culture medium and we kept shaking this medium overnight.<br>
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<h2>August 23rd</h2>
<h2>August 23rd</h2>
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1 Purification of the candidate pENTR-TNFAIP3 DNA
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We purified the candidate pENTR-TNFAIP3 DNA fro six independent colonies cultured on August 22 using QIA prep Spin Miniprep
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2 Characterization of the candidate pENTR-TNFAIP3 DNA
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    We conducted PCR on the following condition to confirm the pENTR-TNFAIP3 DNA using primer designed for attB
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Composition
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<Tr><Td> BP TNFAIP3 </Td><Td> 0.2μL </Td></Tr>
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<Tr><Td> 10× rTaq buffer </Td><Td> 0.8μL </Td></Tr>
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<Tr><Td> 2mM dNTPs </Td><Td> 2μL </Td></Tr>
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<Tr><Td> 25mM MgCl<sub>2</sub> </Td><Td> 2μL </Td></Tr>
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<Tr><Td> 10P 5'primer </Td><Td> 0.6μL </Td></Tr>
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<Tr><Td> 10P 3'primer </Td><Td> 0.6μL </Td></Tr>
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<Tr><Td> rTaq </Td><Td> 0.4μL </Td></Tr>
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<Tr><Td> dH<sub>2</sub>O </Td><Td> 13.4μL </Td></Tr>
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<Tr><Td> Total </Td><Td> 20μL </Td></Tr>
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Reaction
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<Tr><Td> temperature </Td><Td> time </Td><Td> cycle </Td></Tr>
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<Tr><Td> 95°C </Td><Td> 2min. </Td><Td>  </Td></Tr>
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<Tr><Td> 95°C </Td><Td> 15sec </Td><Td> 25cycle </Td></Tr>
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<Tr><Td> 60°C </Td><Td> 30sec </Td><Td> 25cycle </Td></Tr>
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<Tr><Td> 68°C </Td><Td> 2min30sec </Td><Td> 25cycle </Td></Tr>
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<Tr><Td> 68°C </Td><Td> 2min30sec </Td><Td>  </Td></Tr>
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<Tr><Td> 14°C </Td><Td> ∞ </Td><Td>  </Td></Tr>
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The PCRproducts were applied to agarose gel electrophoresis
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From left to right: pDONR DNA 1uL, 6the candidate pENTR-TNFAIP3 2uL each
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Photo of agarose gel
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<img src="http://2012.igem.org/wiki/images/8/81/0823.png" width="500" height="300">
<img src="http://2012.igem.org/wiki/images/8/81/0823.png" width="500" height="300">
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The amplified DNA fragments were detected in the gel.
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3. LR reaction
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LR reactions were carried out under conditions as described below.
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<Tr><Td> pENTR-TNFAIP3 (prepared on 8/23) </Td><Td> 1μL </Td></Tr>
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<Tr><Td> pTFW or pTGW (Destination vectors) </Td><Td> 0.5μL </Td></Tr>
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<Tr><Td> TE Buffer </Td><Td> 6.5μL </Td></Tr>
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<Tr><Td> Total </Td><Td> 8μL </Td></Tr>
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2uL LR clonaseⅡ enzyme mix was added to the reaction and incubated for 2.5 hour.
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4. The LR reaction products were transformed into E. coli XL1-Blue100uL according to the protocol and spread on the LB ampicillin(+) plate and cultured for 16 hours at 37℃.
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<h2>August 24th</h2>
<h2>August 24th</h2>
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Single colonies were isolated from a plate with the candidate pTFW-TNFAIP3 and pTGW-TNFAIP3 and cultured them in LB ampicillin(+) liquid medium for 16 hours at 37℃.
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<h2>August 25th</h2>
<h2>August 25th</h2>
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1. Purification of the candidate pTFW-TNFAIP3 and pTGW-TNFAIP3 DNA
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the candidate pTFW-TNFAIP3 and pTGW-TNFAIP3 were purified by QIA prep Spin Miniprep Kit.
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2. Characterization of the candidate pTFW-TNFAIP3 and pTGW-TNFAIP3
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We used the primer attB to confirm the candidate pTFW-TNFAIP3 and pTGW-TNFAIP3 for PCR reactions under conditions described below.
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Composition
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<Tr><Td> pTFW- or pTGW-TNFAIP3 </Td><Td> 0.2μL </Td></Tr>
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<Tr><Td> 10× rTaq buffer </Td><Td> 0.8μL </Td></Tr>
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<Tr><Td> 2mM dNTPs </Td><Td> 2μL </Td></Tr>
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<Tr><Td> 25mM MgCl<sub>2</sub> </Td><Td> 2μL </Td></Tr>
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<Tr><Td> 10P 5'primer </Td><Td> 0.6μL </Td></Tr>
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<Tr><Td> 10P 3'primer </Td><Td> 0.6μL </Td></Tr>
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<Tr><Td> rTaq </Td><Td> 0.4μL </Td></Tr>
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<Tr><Td> dH<sub>2</sub>O </Td><Td> 13.4μL </Td></Tr>
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<Tr><Td> Total </Td><Td> 20μL </Td></Tr>
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Reaction
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<Tr><Td> temperature </Td><Td> time </Td><Td> cycle </Td></Tr>
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<Tr><Td> 95°C </Td><Td> 2min. </Td><Td>  </Td></Tr>
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<Tr><Td> 95°C </Td><Td> 15sec </Td><Td> 25cycle </Td></Tr>
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<Tr><Td> 60°C </Td><Td> 30sec </Td><Td> 25cycle </Td></Tr>
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<Tr><Td> 68°C </Td><Td> 2min30sec </Td><Td> 25cycle </Td></Tr>
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<Tr><Td> 68°C </Td><Td> 2min30sec </Td><Td>  </Td></Tr>
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<Tr><Td> 14°C </Td><Td> ∞ </Td><Td>  </Td></Tr>
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Photo of agarose gel
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<img src="http://2012.igem.org/wiki/images/6/6d/0826.png" width="500" height="300">
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Results: Since the amplified DNAs with appropriate sizes were detected on the gel, pTFW-TNFAIP3 and pTGW-TNFAIP3 were appeared to be successfully constructed by the Gateway system ! At this point we renamed the pTFW-TNFAIP3 as pUAS-flag-TNFAIP3.
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<h2>August 26th</h2>
<h2>August 26th</h2>
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The female-virgin flies (w; Δ2,3) and male flies (yw) were collected for microinjection. The collected flies were kept in the 25℃ incubator separately.
The female-virgin flies (w; Δ2,3) and male flies (yw) were collected for microinjection. The collected flies were kept in the 25℃ incubator separately.
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August 20th


1. Isolation of DNA fragment from the gel Sample applied to the electrophoresis

Composition
 a product of PCR attB TNFAIP3(8/1) 
 DNA sample        90μL
 6×Dye        18μL
 Total        108μL


Results



DNA was isolated from the agarose gel by QIA Quick Gel Extraction Kit, then the DNA was dissolved in 40 uL of TE.

August 21st


1. Measuring the concentration of the attB TNFAIP3 DNA fragment
The order of sample applied to the electrophoresis
1kbmarker3uL,1uL of 5 fold dilution of attB TNFAIP3, 1uL of 10 fold dilution of attB TNFAIP3 DNA fragment,2uL of 1kbmarker, 1uL of 15 fold dilution of attB TNFAIP3 DNA fragment, 1uL of 20 fold dilution of attB TNFAIP3 DNA fragment, 1kbmarker1uL,

Result



The concentration of the isolated attB TNFAIP3 DNA fragments was estimated to be 35ng/uL.



2. BP reaction
 1.5mL tube
 attB TNFAIP3(35ng/μL) 2μL 
 pDONR(150ng/μL)  1μL 
 TE buffer  5μL 
 Total  8μL 


We added 2uL of BP Clonase Ⅱ enzyme mix to this solution and incubate it for 2 hour.

3. Transformation
 We added 100uL of XL1-Blue to the BP reaction products to do transformation.

August 22nd


We isolated 6 colonies from a plate and incubated in 2.5mL of Kanamycin(+) LB liquid culture medium for 16 hours.

August 23rd


1 Purification of the candidate pENTR-TNFAIP3 DNA
We purified the candidate pENTR-TNFAIP3 DNA fro six independent colonies cultured on August 22 using QIA prep Spin Miniprep

2 Characterization of the candidate pENTR-TNFAIP3 DNA
We conducted PCR on the following condition to confirm the pENTR-TNFAIP3 DNA using primer designed for attB

Composition
 BP TNFAIP3  0.2μL 
 10× rTaq buffer  0.8μL 
 2mM dNTPs  2μL 
 25mM MgCl2  2μL 
 10P 5'primer  0.6μL 
 10P 3'primer  0.6μL 
 rTaq  0.4μL 
 dH2O  13.4μL 
 Total  20μL 


Reaction
 temperature  time  cycle 
 95°C  2min.   
 95°C  15sec  25cycle 
 60°C  30sec  25cycle 
 68°C  2min30sec  25cycle 
 68°C  2min30sec   
 14°C  ∞   


The PCRproducts were applied to agarose gel electrophoresis
From left to right: pDONR DNA 1uL, 6the candidate pENTR-TNFAIP3 2uL each

Photo of agarose gel


The amplified DNA fragments were detected in the gel.

3. LR reaction
LR reactions were carried out under conditions as described below.

 pENTR-TNFAIP3 (prepared on 8/23)  1μL 
 pTFW or pTGW (Destination vectors)  0.5μL 
 TE Buffer  6.5μL 
 Total  8μL 


2uL LR clonaseⅡ enzyme mix was added to the reaction and incubated for 2.5 hour.

4. The LR reaction products were transformed into E. coli XL1-Blue100uL according to the protocol and spread on the LB ampicillin(+) plate and cultured for 16 hours at 37℃.

August 24th


Single colonies were isolated from a plate with the candidate pTFW-TNFAIP3 and pTGW-TNFAIP3 and cultured them in LB ampicillin(+) liquid medium for 16 hours at 37℃.

August 25th


1. Purification of the candidate pTFW-TNFAIP3 and pTGW-TNFAIP3 DNA
the candidate pTFW-TNFAIP3 and pTGW-TNFAIP3 were purified by QIA prep Spin Miniprep Kit.

2. Characterization of the candidate pTFW-TNFAIP3 and pTGW-TNFAIP3
We used the primer attB to confirm the candidate pTFW-TNFAIP3 and pTGW-TNFAIP3 for PCR reactions under conditions described below.

Composition
 pTFW- or pTGW-TNFAIP3  0.2μL 
 10× rTaq buffer  0.8μL 
 2mM dNTPs  2μL 
 25mM MgCl2  2μL 
 10P 5'primer  0.6μL 
 10P 3'primer  0.6μL 
 rTaq  0.4μL 
 dH2O  13.4μL 
 Total  20μL 


Reaction
 temperature  time  cycle 
 95°C  2min.   
 95°C  15sec  25cycle 
 60°C  30sec  25cycle 
 68°C  2min30sec  25cycle 
 68°C  2min30sec   
 14°C  ∞   


Photo of agarose gel


Results: Since the amplified DNAs with appropriate sizes were detected on the gel, pTFW-TNFAIP3 and pTGW-TNFAIP3 were appeared to be successfully constructed by the Gateway system ! At this point we renamed the pTFW-TNFAIP3 as pUAS-flag-TNFAIP3.

August 26th


The female-virgin flies (w; Δ2,3) and male flies (yw) were collected for microinjection. The collected flies were kept in the 25℃ incubator separately.